Since 2010 spiritual ceremonies have created a special day for thousands of people from all over the globe. We have ceremonies from all parts of Ireland 7 days a week. From Donegal to Cork, every location is welcome. The very first legal ceremony in Ireland was performed by us in April 2011. With many of people’s questions to answer, so the information below should answer the important ones. One of the top questions we are asked frequently is what does spiritual mean? Being spiritual is anything in your life that creates greater perfection and goodness in your life, whether it be emotional or physical. A spiritual person does not have to be religious but a religious person can be spiritual also. Our inner true self and being is the definition of spirituality, this is why the focus is always on you at our ceremonies.
We have many Registered Solemnisers available (of whom some are also Registered in Northern Ireland) and all of whom can perform the legal element of a wedding ceremony. We also perform Civil Partnership Celebration Ceremonies, Vow Renewals and Wedding Blessings.
We are highly trained to design your ceremony, to reﬂect your personal needs. We understand this is one of the most important days of your lives and we ensure your ceremony is created “With You, For You, About You”
We at Spiritual Ceremonies, take time with you to design your ceremony, so that it reﬂects you as a couple, honouring your beliefs and values, ensuring they are reﬂected in the content and length of your ceremony. When speaking with your Celebrant you can choose any theme of music, readings or poems that convey a message about you and your partner. Just let us know if the ceremony is indoors
OR outdoors. You can have your ceremony any day of the week, including Saturdays, Sundays and Bank holidays and all are designed to meet your speciﬁc needs. Below are some thoughts from our couples about their ceremonies
Reading our own vows, hand fasting ceremony, letter ceremony with the wine box… I could go on! It was all perfect! – Claire and Sean
I loved the personal touches…..The sand ceremony the hand fasting the dedication candle to my mom…..everyone said it was the best wedding ceremony they were ever at – Suzie and Darren
One of my brothers said to me at the end of the evening: ” Thank God you were the last one of us to get married ‘cos i’d hate to have to follow that!” Hearing that, I knew we had done a good job! Once again thank you so much for making our ceremony so intimate.. – Martin and Wayne
Follow us on Twitter @spiritualsui and Facebook. Spiritual Ceremonies also perform other ceremonies, including Baby naming’s, Funerals and Divine Services.